Explosion injures 2 men in Oregon County

Close shave but no bad injuries when car runs into salon

Feds say blast at ammunition plant was non-criminal

Crash ties up traffic on U.S. 60

Army contractor identifies worker killed in ammo plant explosion

Man who died in crash in Rogersville was from West Plains

Records: Driver who collided with church bus had taken pills

Barry County sheriff's deputy dies after crashing into school bus

Driver dies after two-truck crash in Republic

Search is underway for hit-and-run driver who seriously injured teen

NTSB: Fatal rail crossing in Biloxi was not on tour bus route

Train hits bus in Biloxi, kills at least 3, injures about 50

Pillowcase in microwave sparks fire at Harrison motel

Multi-truck crash killed man from Rolla; semi-truck driver was jailed

Cell phone may have caused crash in Monett

"God told me to do it": Truck driver faces murder charges for crash in Seymour

Plane crash injures 2 at airstrip in Christian County

MoDOT seeks opinions on safety improvements on Missouri 13

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